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7/15/2024Legislative leaders celebrate passage of DUI lookback legislation 
6/27/2024Serpa, LaMountain bill to make changes to the hiring process used by state agencies becomes law 
6/26/2024Governor signs bill allowing independent voters to automatically disaffiliate after primary voting 
6/25/2024Chairs DiPalma and Serpa’s legislation that bans conflicts of interest in state purchases signed into law 
6/25/2024Bill to establish regulatory framework for non-emergency medical transportation signed into law 
6/14/2024General Assembly OKs bill to establish regulatory framework for non-emergency medical transportation 
6/14/2024General Assembly OKs Sosnowski, Serpa bill to extend lookback period for repeat DUI offenses 
6/13/2024Assembly passes Chairs DiPalma and Serpa’s legislation that bans conflicts of interest in state purchases 
6/13/2024Legislature OKs Serpa, LaMountain bill to make several changes to the hiring process used by state agencies 
6/12/2024General Assembly OKs bill allowing independent voters to automatically disaffiliate after primary voting 
6/6/2024House approves Serpa bill to establish regulatory framework for non-emergency medical transportation 
6/4/2024House passes Serpa bill to make several changes to the hiring process used by state agencies 
5/13/2024MEDIA ADVISORY: House Oversight Committee to hear presentation from Rhode Island Mental Health Advocate 
4/23/2024House passes Serpa bill allowing independent voters to automatically disaffiliate after primary voting 
4/16/2024OP-ED: House Oversight Committee keeps executive branch in check 
4/11/2024House passes Serpa bills that strengthen penalties for drunken, impaired, reckless driving offenses 
4/10/2024Op-Ed: Standing up for transparency 
4/8/2024Media Advisory: House Oversight Committee to hear update on non-emergency medical transportation 
4/3/2024Sens. Raptakis, Tikoian and Rep. Serpa call for passage of drunken driving legislation 
3/26/2024Sen. Raptakis and Reps. Serpa and Noret issue statement on Johnson’s Pond case dismissal 
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